Due to its popularity, the restaurant would get quite packed at around 6.45pm on a weekend. Tables would be laid along the corridor of the shop houses and on the parking lots. Due to the spaced occupied by the tables and chairs, the remaining space for a car to maneuver becomes significantly reduced. This is evident in the photo above (apologies for the poor photo quality). I have observed several times whereby the diners have to make way for a car to turn in. If the driver makes a wrong judgment, the consequences could be disastrous.
The above explains why I go to the restaurant early, in order to secure a table along the corridor or inside the restaurant. This way, I can eat in peace without having to watch my back. Here’s a snapshot of what I had on one Sunday evening – Claypot Eggplant with minced meat & salted fish, sweet & sour pork and prawn paste chicken.